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. >> good morning, gayle. i can add details to the sewnan arrow scott sketched out for you. 10:20 last night, place officer found dead. the two suspects took his car from that location, an hour later, carjacked a man in a mercedes suv, they then freed him at a guess statioas station. he was then freed. shortly after that the running gun battle that scott described took place. where individuals were being chased by police, tossing explosive devices out the window, shooting at police. that went on for some time, until they pulled the car over, used it as a barricade and had a gun battle with police. a witness describes them rolling a device out, trying to explode it among the police officer. we have an eyewitness who describes the pandemonium. >> playing video games, i thought it was the game and i hear rapid fire, an assault rifle, something like that. >> three explosions, one after the other, and so i opened my front door, and i heard sirens all over watertown. somebody up there they were looking for. they were looking under cars in backyards, on top of trucks. they were looking for everythi
cast? that's what a gayle warning looks like and that's what will be in effect tomorrow. our local bridges as we'll have the wind advisories issued by the california highway patrol for each and every bridge as the winds will begin to increase during the mid-morning hours. right now wind gusts are 22 at sfo, still experiencing the airport delays over two hours on arriving flights. san jose the winds are now beginning to dial back. currently at the golden gate bridge, we have winds at 11. gusts up to 51. 50 degrees from. when you couple in the winds, it feels a lot colder than what it actually is. tonight the winds will dial back. tomorrow the winds begin to increase again. then we start u after on a cool note, ending up with warmer conditions. and that's when you could see just a little bit of the flag here for them. and the current air temperatures, they are into the 50s across the board. and now what you will need to know is that we do have a wind advisory going into effect tomorrow. and that blue highlighted area. but don't get me wrong that everywhere will be windy as these will
and inclusion at pepsico. gayle king, executive vice president and chief administrator at nationwide. and jackie winn, vice president of the global residency division of emc. thank you so much for being here. >> thank you. >> so diversity's always been a hot topic, but on the whole is diversity better than it was 20, 30 years ago? are we more diverse than we were before? >> we are diverse in terms of visible difference. i think there's still opportunity for more of the invisible diversity as it relates to thought, as it relates to experience and background. we have an opportunity to play more in that space. >> i would say that i would have to disagree. i think that it just depends on the industry and depends on the business. but i think that our country understands that it is a business imperative and that everyone's committed to changing it and working on it. >> i would probably agree. i think in the technology field we need to do more around science and mathematics for people of color. i think that especially women coming into technology fields. i think also from a global perspective we really
with gayle king and norah o'donnell. authorities in boston say the investigation of monday's bombings is still wide open. there are no suspects yet. officials do know more about the bombs that killed three people. >> those bombs were made from pressure cookers filled with explosives and metal parts. jeff glor's in boston near the scene of the bombings. jeff, good morning to you. >> reporter: gayle, good morning to you. portions of boylston street where the blasts went off remain closed this morning. a lot of police out this morning. a number of businesses remain closed. but there are people out this morning. last night in dorchester, there was a vigil held in part for one of the youngest of the dead the youngest of the dead 8-year-old martin richard. martin played soccer. we talked to his teammates. they said he was just always smiling, a wonderful child. the second identified victim is 29-year-old chiskrystle campbell from medford massachusetts. we are also hearing this morning continuing stories of bravery of people who went in to help after this happened including from
so good ♪ >>> i'm norah o'donnell with gayle king and anthony mason. charlie rose is on assignment. and a new week begins in boston. the surviving suspect in the marathon bombing is hospitalized under heavy guard with a gunshot wound to the throat. he is awakemunica withinvestigators. tarell brown is at the hospital in boston. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. what we're learning is a tale of two brothers. there's dzhokhar who looked like he had adjusted to life roll relatively well. he looked up to older brother, tamerlan, who seemed to feel a little less at ease. on the surface, the tsarnaev brothers looked like an immigrant success story. 26-year-old tamerlan studied engineering, was married with a 2-year-old daughter and a golden gloves heavyweight champion. >> his plans were to be a very successful businessman. year-old dzhokhar, a star wrestler in high school, was a at umass-dartmouth. he became a u.s. citizen last year on september 11th. his college friends told "60 minutes" scott pelley he was interested in cars and soccer and they never saw h
washington. bob, good morning. what can you tell us? >> reporter: good morning, gayle and charlie. well, the first order of business is to try to find the remaining brother who is on the lam, somewhere around the boston area, they believe, the man who has been now infamously noted white baseball cap backward. that's dzhokhar tsarnaev, we believe. he's believed to be 19 years of age. his family comes from the chechnya area, which you mentioned. his older brother, tamerlan, was killed in a police shoot-out last night around watertown, massachusetts. so the first order of business is to try to find that guy because they're worried that he's heavily armed, he may have other explosives with him, he's already demonstrated a willingness and an ability to kill, and they're concerned about what he could do next. the other order of business, though, beyond the tactical police search in the pressing manhunt is trying to find out are these two brothers connected to anything bigger. are they connected to any kind of domestic or foreign cell. it's kind of a strange case because you've got two brother
a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." gayle king joins us now from new york. good morning, gayl. >> reporter: must be good food if you want to break in to get it. hello. ahead the freshmen republican shaking up the u.s. senate. january crawford talks to ted cruz from texas about his upbringing and immigration and john mccain calling him a wacko bird and -- like saying wacko bird. the man who helped turn around the south bay-based netflix. "time" magazine named him one of the world's 100 most influential people. the big dinner was last night. and this morning ted is in studio 57 to talk about why hollywood and wall street are watching his every move. the news is back in the morning. we'll see you guys at 7:00. and i'm serious, frank. what did you do to michelle to have her call you a wacko bird? >> i get that daily and it's worse than wacko bird, i got news for you. >> we can't say it on tv. [ laughter ] >> i know, gayle. all right. thanks so much. >> have a great show, gayle. >> see you guys. 6:53 now. >>> virgin airlines is helping you make a love connection on b
with gayle king and norah o'donnell. officials in boston say wounding bombing suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev is in fair condition. we're learning more about him and his brother. >> investigators talk with their parents in russia, and they're tracing explosives they may have used. don dahler is in boston. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. investigators are trying to determine if tamerlan and dzhokhar tsarnaev used legal fireworks. ten weeks prior to the attacks, tamerlan tsarnaev who was seen going into a new hampshire fireworks store and buying two lock and load mortar kits. now, those are very large fireworks. he paid cash for those. investigators are also trying to reconstruct the lives of these men prior to the attacks. they've been scouring an area in cambridge where their father used to repair cars. and they've also interviewed tamerlan's wife, katherine russell, who says she knew nothing of the plot. meanwhile, m.i.t. is preparing for a memorial service to be held later today for slain m.i.t. police officer sean collier. thousands of police officers from around the countr
are unbearable. it's completely a nightmare. >> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. there was nothing but rubble for blocks around a fertilizer plant. it happened last night in texas. the blast was felt 45 miles away. police believe 5 to 15 people may have been killed. at least 160 more were hurt. >> the explosion had the power of a 2.2 earthquake. in reports so far of foul play. manuel borjorquez is 20 miles north of waco. manuel, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. among the missing this morning are three to five firefighters and one police officer. we're told anywhere between 50 and 75 homes have been either damaged or destroyed as well as an entire apartment complex, we're told, has been destroyed. authorities have emphasized to us throughout the morning that this remains a search and rescue effort that they are still looking for survivors. we've also learned this morning that texas commission of environmental quality is monitoring conditions near the blast zone including air quality. now, we're joined now by wesley adcock. you were working i
come together and we help one another. >>> i'm charlie rose with gayle king in new york. norah o'donnell is in boston. we have the newest information on the bombing at the boston marathon. authorities say no credible group or person has claimed responsibility for the attack but a person of interest is under guard at a local hospital. last night police searched his apartment and removed evidence. >> the two explosions killed at least three people including an 8-year-old boy. at least 144 were wounded including 17 in critical condition at this hour. some of the victims lost arms or legs in the blast. boston police say they had no warnings before the attack. let's go back to norah in boston. norah, good morning to you. >> good morning, gayle and charlie. one eyewitness to this whole thing said that the aftermath reminded him of baghdad in iraq and of course this all happened in the center of boston's back bay where we are this morning. it's a neighborhood full of offices, stores, lots of upscale homes. thousands of people were in the area as the bombs went off and this morning we ar
at >>> goods morning, charlie, gayle and everybody. it is 8:00 a.m. in the west. and welcome back to "cbs this morning." john miller takes us inside the pages of an online magazine being called the "vanity fair" for terrorists. >>> and pastor joel osteen and wife victoria are here. we'll ask them about the power of faith. but first here's a look at today's "eye opener at 8." >> court documents reveal how he and his brother allegedly carried out the deadly attack. >> from his bedside, tsarnaev has been charged with using a weapon of mass destruction. he could face the death penalty. >> he looked weak. he was shaky. appeared to be losing consciousness. >> what was it like to be the person who put the handcuffs on probably the most-wanted man anywhere? >> satisfaction in knowing that we could tell officer donahue th>>> l.a.x. is bracing for a thir due to the faa's air traffic control furloughs. >>> the sandbags are up here along the illinois river and to the west along the mighty mississippi. >>> sanford loses, if he loses to bush i think we see a clear si
that the fire generated. >> that's like an entire complex gone. >> gayle, it nearly was the entire complex. they're accrediting firefighters with stopping it from going through the entire neighborhood. to give you an idea of how fast the flames moved, watch the time lapse and the building in front of the police dash cam. >> it's almost like the buildings were made out of paper. >> look at the aerial video. >> there's nothing left. >> was anybody injured? did they get all the residents out? >> there are more than 20 hours of dash cam video released. at the end, no human lives were lost. >>> this video was first released back in november of 2012. to try to find this woman. she picks up that package and a paper bag and just as casually as she walked up, she walks away. those do not belong to her, she's stealing that stuff. >> why do people do this? >> you have no idea what's in the box. >> it turns out the box was work boots, but in the bag was food for a charity organization that was supposed to take that food. >> so canned goods and they were probably scheduled to come by and pick it up. >> that'
with gayle. >> what's in our backyard? >> i will now attempt to feed wildlife with my bare hands. >> he's going to feed this albino rook ku albinoracoon with the divinity they call girl scout cookies. >> month wonder, man, they're delicious. >> there you go. there you go, bun thee. this time you're going to have to grab it. >> well, that's really cute because he reaches out with his little hands, grabs the cookie. he drops the cook can heky, but it doesn't run away. >> and then in another backyard, that would be a young deer and it's looking like, no problem. anybody cool with this? have a problem with me trying to get into the swing? yes, okay, i have to get one paw in, maybe two. i'll try one. doesn't make it. it gave up after one attempt. >> i don't know what this deer's plan was because i don't think that would have worked out so far. >> two girls get into a cab and then it gets creepy. >> i don't want to. >> we need to get out of the car. >> can we please get out of the car now. >> at some point, you're considering opening the door and is jumping out. watch what happens next that m
? >> it is going. so clever. >> i think it is going, gayle. >> my word. >> i love her. i love the raccoon. good video. >> i don't like this video. i don't lycra could bes. i know you think they're cute and this is cool, but this is just further proof that they're up to no good. >> you know i love her a lot better than the raccoon. >> it is going. it is going. it is so clever. my word. >> would you take money from a homeless person who offered it to you? >> no. i would assume he needs it more than i do. >> the people at mediocre films tried it out with this prank. >> i am greg. this is bruce. he is an actor. we're doing a social experiment today. we to want see what happens when bruce dressed like this tries to give people money. >> i have to say bruce looks in character. >> good luck? >> no. hey, hey, hey, what's up? some people begged off. >> can i give you a dollar today? >> i am sorry. >> please take the money. no, i am giving it to you. >> no, thank you. >> and at this point people are kind of mystified like what what is he doing? >> i am mystified people are taking the money. >> there is n
comes to rtm? >> we all agree gayle got the worst one. down the hatch it goes. >>> this incident happened back in march, but kait in jonesboro, arkansas just obtained this video. this is dash cam from offer womack's cruiser. he pulls over steve honeycutt for speeding and expired tags. but almost immediately honeycutt reaches back into his truck and then this happens. >> hey, let me see your hands! let me see your hands! >> officer womack shoots honeycutt, striking him in the arm. there's a bit of an exchange that continues. >> put your hands on the truck! >> you see honeycutt put his hands back on the car, he gets back into the car for a second, eventually womack gets honeycutt to the cruiser where he rendered aid. >> was he reaching back into the truck for something? >> he was reaching for what ended up to be a cell phone, but previously womack had previous encounters with honeycutt, and honeycutt threatened to kill a cop if out on bond. >> there was reason to be aware of this guy. >> exactly. >> listen to their exchange once the officer is able to communicate with honeycutt. >>
permanente. thrive. >>> oh, yes, it's friday. good morning, charlie and gayle. good morning, everybody. it is 8:00 a.m. in the west. welcome back to "cbs this morning." the surviving boston bombing suspect is moved to a prison hospital. and john miller has new information from the parents. >>> she may be the best female jockey ever. now she's heading to the kentucky derby. bob simon will preview his "60 minutes" profile. >>> and a doctor tells us why almost everything we believe about men and sex is wrong. >>> but first here's a look at today's "eye opener at 8." >> the tsarnaev brothers planned to go to new york city didn't get any farther than watertown, massachusetts. >> they moved him this morning to this prison. is he still talking? is he still cooperative? >> no. >>> all 100 senators ss accepted a bill that would end the furloughs of air traffic controllers. the house is expected to vote in a few hours. >>> the white house says the evidence of chemical weapons attacks is still thin and president obama's red line has not been crossed. >> there's a strong convict
in times of crisis we come together and we help one another. >> i'm charlie rose with gayle king in new york. norah o'donnell is in boston. >>> a short time ago, the white house lowered to half staff. at a news conference this morning, officials had a warning. >> what occurred yesterday in boston was an act of cowardess. while there will be the opportunity in the future at the conclusion of this investigation to define this act, make no mistake, an act of cowardness and this severity cannot be justified or explained. >> the two explosions killed three people. officials say this morning at least 176 were wounded. let's go back to norah in boston. norah, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, gayle and charlie. one eyewitness to this whole thing said the aftermath reminded him of baghdad in iraq. of course, this happened in the center of boston's back bay, where we are this morning, full of offices, stores upscale homes. thousands of people were in the area as the bombs went off, and this morning we are now just three blocks east of the marathon finish line. joining
'm trying to come up with some good stuff for you guys. >>> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. the u.s. says it will open new talks with north korea if the north abandons its nuclear weapons ambition. it is a noticeable change after last week's tough talk by the obama administration. >> and secretary of state john kerry is headed back to the u.s. after visiting east asia. margaret brennan talked with kerry about the threats from north korea. >> reporter: good morning. the u.s. is asking china, north korea's only remaining ally, to convince kim jong-un to stop trying to build nuclear weapons. secretary kerry told me the obama administration will not accept north korea as a nuclear state. >> do they have nuclear capacity in terms of having run a test? yes. are they -- do they have a device? yes. but in terms of that actual delivery capacity in a way that would qualify as a threatening nuclear power, the answer is no. >> reporter: secretary kerry told me it would be a mistake for kim jong-un to test launch a missile, but he said his offer to negotiate still stands even if
's a small community in kabul as gayle knows as well. she came over, she was excited. she was a little bit nervous at the start. she was asking us questions about the security around afghanistan. but at the same time, she was excited to get out there and meet with the afghan people. and as the weeks went by, the nerves just faded away. i saw her engaging with the afghans. she went out of her way to try to make it fun for the afghan journalists when they went out. she put on a good face for america. a face that any american would have been proud of. and one thing that really stood out about her, was her smile. it was genuine. afghanistan is a country where you don't see that many smiles and if you do, there's a lot of hurt and pain behind them. and anne's smile was something that just resonated with whoever she was around and it put you in a good mood. and she really did care about the afghan people. as western journalists we worked with anne and her team. we socialized with anne and her team. i also saw how the afghanistan journalists reacted to anne's death. as well as afghans who weren't
this morning." >> gayle king joins us now live in new york with more on the big show. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, frank and elizabeth. frank, did you just say something about menlo park? >> i did. isn't that your hometown? >> i was going to say i went to menlo atherton high school, mighty bears, class of 1972. >> bay area girl, as well. >> love the bay area. >> come back. >> reporter: hello, elizabeth. >> hello. >> good to see you guys. >> you, too. >> reporter: ahead former fbi insider john miller with new information about bombs that exploded in boston plus an inside look at how investigators are searching through thousands of photos and videos to find clues. also, former national security advisor condoleezza rice on what it's like inside the white house right now as it deals with this attack. plus, the secrets of super agers. how they keep their memories sharp. and masters champ adam scott in studio 57. those stories and more when we see you at 7:00. and neither of you guys have to rory about super agers yet -- neither of you have to worry about super agers yet 80 years olds wi
for being the openly gay pro athlete or hello --. >> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. jason collins is saying thank you to his supporters this morning. nba veteran revealed in "sports illustrated" that he is gay. >> he's the first active player in a major american professional league to come out. among those supporting collins, nba commissioner david stern. >> i think we're going to get past everything in a good way and it will become a nonissue. he's a great member of our family and after the immediate media frenzy all right, so what. it will help the next athlete that wants to do the same thing. >> collins wrote last night on twitter all of the support i've received today is truly inspirational. i knew i was choosing the road less traveled but i'm not walking it alone. >> new evidence in the boston bombings suggest a woman could have been involved in the plot. officials say female dna was found on a bomb fragment. they say it may have come from a victim or from someone who helped build the bomb. yesterday the fbi collected a dna sample f
the story from washington. bob, good morning. what can you tell us? >> reporter: good morning, gayle and charlie. well, the first order of business is to try to find the remaining brother i
about on the show, tom. gayle tells the story, my regional bank required reasonable mortgage payments, didn't sell mortgages, and is in great financial shape. a great story. gene from new york says, if these idiot politicians think they will take my hard earned money out of my savings account to pay for they waste, that's another revolution. jeep, i'll join you, buddy. love hearing from you. e-mail me at we know states are in the red, but some of them pass crazy tax laws to raise revenue. this is no april fool's joke, my friends. if you want to buy a bagel in new york, a popular treat, no additional tax unless it's slice, toasted, or buttered, or anything that alters the bagel. in west virginia, there's a tax on noise make makers and smashing leers, and glow worms. in illinois, there's a 5% tax on candy, on top of the 1 #% food tax. that's like something mayor bloomberg would do in new york. california charges 3 p # -- 33% tax on fruit out of a vending machine. i guess in california, anything's possible. utah has a nudity tax. any business that hirs nude or part
: exactly. thank you kel. let's go to gayle in new york on the background check legislation. hi gayle. >> caller: good morning. i love your show. >> stephanie: i love you back. >> caller: i'm very concerned about the fact they may vote this watered down legislation down today. i'm asking all people who listen to your show to give a call to the senators. i called six this morning. i put it this way, are you a u.s. senator or just a senator? and if you're a u.s. senator you represent all of us, no matter which state you live in and if 90 some percent of us want some sort of background checks, the least you can do is vote for that. and if not then you sport nra. >> stephanie: gayle, i have to say, this is not even a partisan thing. the fact that some democratic senators are going to vote against legislation that 92% of all americans want is, in my opinion, more disgraceful. you know. >> caller: i called lando's office she hasn't come out officially as to her position. which irks me. they won't even tell you their positions to which i said according to the news this morning, she's leaning
: thank you for looking out for me. >> looking out for him? >> i thought gayle king did a good job. we got to find out her first name, marie. and everybody else is going to put the rest of that together. >> exactly. >> social media takes off. >> and good thing he brought up marie just saying. >> oh, yeah. >> okay. >> marie would have been -- marie is probably the reason -- you're not going on bachelor, are you serious? not happening. >> that's a deal breaker. >> give me the rose covered jacket. >> exactly. [ laughter ] >> okay. we're done. see you at 11:00. captions by: caption colorado aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups availab. announcer: this is joey fatone. it's time to play "family feud." give it up for steve harvey! [cheering and applause] [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: thank you very much. how you folks doing today? thank you very much. thank you very much. welcome to "family feud", everybody. i'm your man, steve harvey. you know what, we got another good one for you today. this family is returning for their 4th day with a total
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, and this year, we asked gayle king to come up to the podium to speak about the second group of vip's, the real group of celebrities that i wanted to stand up for, this year's w hca -- whca scholars. [applause] >> who knew that ed henry has jokes? love you and i netflix, but the reason why we are here today -- i was talking to people as we were coming in -- is conan o'brien going to be funny? yes. is the first lady beautiful? yes. the real reason why we are here -- i do not care if it is your first year here or you have been , this room,his year this event never gets old. we are colleagues but also competitors, but there are a lot of people waiting in the wings who want to take our jobs. before the evening started, i went backstage to talk to them. without further ado, i would like to introduce you to real reason, the real vip's in the room tonight, starting with karissaniversity, jackson. she wants to meet candy crowley. come up. they said was getting a picture with the first lady and the president of united dates. rachel maddow is who she admires because she likes rachel's point of view on po
. >> let's go back to our viewer calls. gayle, you are on. >> high. m i talking to somebody? >> you are live on tv right now. >> my name is gail and i have a couple questions. i am reading a very nice easy book by mary higgins clark. she said no one ever called martha washington martha. she was always called patsy. ady bird johnson was never called claudia. i was just wondering. i just heard you mentioned in his letters that it was just mentioned on the television he did call her patsy. i also wanted to mention that in the story about martha and george washington that the house mount vernon was riginally the home of his half brother, that he lived in a smaller farm. i wondered if you were going to talk about his years as a urveyor. or is this really about the years with martha as an adult. >> thank you. his is martha washington's time in the sun. how about the nickname patsy? >> it was a nickname for martha in those days. nobody was named patricia back then. it was a common name. it was the farm has his brother lived in that was the farmhouse. i was mentioning he had been added a se
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